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Piatti - San Antonio

1080 reviews
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$30 and under
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Piatti is a contemporary neighborhood restaurant serving creative Italian cuisine with traditional influences. Servers trained to provide casual, professional service present a great wine list in this warm and friendly environment.
Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Italian, Vegetarian / Vegan, Californian
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Hours of operation
Lunch: Sunday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
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Phone number
(210) 832-0300
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Payment options
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Casual Dress
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Executive chef
Oscar Soto
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Private party facilities
Piatti is the ideal venue for private parties, receptions and corporate events. We offer several menus at different price points, as well as an extensive wine list to compliment your menu selections.
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Private party contact
Aaron Hernandez: (210) 832-0300
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Full scale catering is available. Please call for details.
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Cross street
Jones Maltsberger St. in Quarry Market Shopping Center
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Parking details
Shopping Center parking lot available
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Gift Card
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
What 1080 People Are Saying
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4.5  based on recent ratings
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94% of people would recommend it to a friend
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vipBill (San Antonio)
4.0  Dined a day ago

Well, it didn’t start out to be the best experience. We arrived 10 minutes before our reservation and the host was not there. There were two couples in front of us and they eventually left before the host showed up. Twice he came by to pick up menus and left. We were standing next to the door and every time it opened we got cold. From the time we walked into the door to the time we were seated was 11 minutes. To be fair he apologized and was very nice and explained everything to us once we arrived at the table. Unfortunately when you start out standing in a cold doorway for 11 minutes it doesn’t give you the best impression. Our waiter was very good and attentive and the food was excellent. We will definitely be coming back because of the food and the attentive waiter. I’m willing to overlook the host this one time, but if it happens again I’m afraid it may not lead to a future reservation.

vipGina (San Antonio)
4.0  Dined 2 days ago

The host and our server, Dakota were very friendly. I do notice that when host is busy the bussers, servers, and other staff don’t assist with greeting.

OpenTable Diner 
1.0  Dined 5 days ago

We are new to SA and this restaurant came highly recommended. The food is fair and overpriced. It was loud and full of families with small children. Most of the patrons were in workout pants and tennis shoes. They did not have some items on the menu. The server was unprofessional and never came back to check on us. This is not a place for an upscale dinner. Only the price is upscale. It is an Italian version of TGIF's.

OpenTable Diner (San Antonio)
3.0  Dined 6 days ago

Not impressed with the food. The bread, however is worth going for. I advise getting something simple like pizza instead of the main courses. Otherwise you'll spend a lot of money for food that is marginal at best.

1.0  Dined 6 days ago

Clearly European and American standards are very distant. I have been many times in Italy and I have been taisting many different dishes. I love itaian cuisine. Our visit in Piatti was the first and the last one. The waiter was tragic. It was first time in many years I did not give a tip. The served coffee was the worst in my life. The coffee was disgusting. It tasted like washings from the coffee machine. I received a BIG TABLE SPOON for coffee. The waiter did not serve me a coffee saucer so I did not have a place to put my big table spoon down. The napkin was starched but with lots of stains, which was disgusting. The ordered pizza was very oily. We did not order dessert. This was the first and last visit in this place.

vipGregg (San Antonio)
5.0  Dined on February 15, 2018

As usual always great. I eat there a lot. One of my favorite places.

Daniel (San Antonio)
5.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

Delicious food, friendly service, and wonderful atmosphere. Food is worth the price.

OpenTable Diner (San Antonio)
4.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

The wait staff was very attentive. The food orders arrived quickly.

OpenTable Diner (San Antonio)
5.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

It was a great Valentine’s Day dinner

amyw (Atlanta)
5.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

Even though it was frantic for Valentines Day had a great dinner. Great server. Bruschetta is the best anywhere. Fresh salad.

vipOpenTable Diner (San Antonio)
5.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

Wonderful experience of fine dining in a romantic setting; great ambiance!

vipPiatti (Dallas)
4.0  Dined on February 14, 2018

Wish they would of had the regular menu instead of just specials for that day.

OpenTable Diner (New Orleans)
4.0  Dined on February 9, 2018

Amazing quality for price. Table was very late, but they made up for it with free app. Server was awkward

ShipwreckJoey (San Antonio)
1.0  Dined on February 7, 2018

Visited Piatti's in December for my daughter's 17th birthday; we loved it. What a difference a few months can make. Burrata plate for starters... just don't do it. At 14 bucks, one might expect something more than a passable blob of burrata served with a teaspoon of "fig chutney" and 4 wedges of stale... IDK, flatbread? Piatti's has become something akin to the Olive Garden. Never again. Waiter was a disinterested and insincere adult male; bitter and petulant with a child like demeanor... food was cold and plated VERY carelessly. Pasta was dry, chicken WAY OVERCOOKED! Fellow diners were most likely raised in a barn and saw no harm in stacking their unused plates on the wood partition between the tables. Two glasses of J Lohr served in dirty wine glasses (lip prints and all). Not a huge deal if we weren't in the middle of a deadly flu pandemic. The whole affair was loud, dark, and depressing... House Music for ambiance was a nice touch.

vipGRANOLA (San Antonio)
3.0  Dined on February 6, 2018

I made a last minute decision to grab a quick dinner at Piatti and was able to make a reservation online 10 minutes before my seating time. When I arrived, I was shocked to discover that the smallish restaurant was packed (and VERY noisy) due to two large after work office parties that were taking place in the bar area (which therefore squashed my plan of grabbing some Happy Hour appetizer specials before ordering dinner). Despite the packed dining room, I received excellent service from Esteban as well as the many front of house staff that I encountered during my meal. Esteban was incredibly polite and very knowledgeable of the menu and the support staff of runners and bussers (and management) were hospitable, friendly and helpful. I ordered the portobello mushroom appetizer and while I enjoyed the flavor combination of sundried tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and fresh basil, I felt that the portion size was inadequate for the price. I chose the zucchini tagliatelle with chicken as an entree. I love that PIatti offers the option of a zucchini "pasta" dish but the sugo rossa sauce seemed a bit flat and flavorless to me and I would have appreciated if there was more chicken added to the serving. As I mentioned earlier, the restaurant was buzzing with patrons and I can imagine that conversation would have been challenging had I been dining with my husband or a group of friends. Kudos to the excellent staff. This is honestly some of the best professional service that I have received in a San Antonio restaurant. If the food were as impressive as the outstanding service, I would be very eager to return to Piatti.